(1) I suggest that this question be closed as it is a direct duplicate of the reference that endolith gave as an example :-) - that's a joke by the way.
(2) (Please) leave my answers alone, divide up your own answers any way you like, I like my answers just the way they are, more or less :-).
If I put 3 "answers" in one post (as I did and which lead to this question) it's because I thought it was useful to do so. I have already explained why in the comments attached to that question.
I'm surprised that as endolith is specifically "attacking" an answer of mine that he did not provide a reference to it.
This is the question in question.
Here the relevant portions of our discussion:
I think this should be split into multiple answers – endolith Sep 1 at 5:28
@endolith - serious question - why split it? This is all on his topic AND forms a single point resource for others. – Russell McMahon Sep 1 at 6:10
@RussellMcMahon: Because there are several different solutions here. They should be in different answers so we can vote each one up or down and comment on each independently. – endolith Sep 1 at 13:33
@endolith - I'm here to try to answer useful questions usefully. Others can split up their questions to maximise voting outcomes if it please them :-). Very hopefully people will not seek to splt up mine by editing. – Russell McMahon Sep 1 at 14:14
@RussellMcMahon: I said split up the answer not the question. You have 3 different answers here. – endolith Sep 1 at 23:56
@endolith - sorry yes, split up answers is what I was referring to. There are 3 circuits but it's all one "answer". As I said, together they form a potential resource that allows ease of comparison, internal reference etc. I'm very happy for such things to be done as a whole. – Russell McMahon Sep 2 at 0:17
Note that this answer has a "score" of 10 so far and has been accepted. That seems like it is of value to a number of people. as a resource the various versions are clustered together and where relevant comments can be made on more than one of the circuits and the results of each can be compared.
Splitting the answer up would seem to be more about scoring and getting points than about being useful to the users. Frankly, I'm with Ret Butler on that one :-).